|Day Low/High||76.84 / 78.16|
|52 Wk Low/High||54.36 / 82.51|
These 'off the radar' names that still sport reasonable valuations after 2019's equity rally.
Replacing fear with pragmatism, that is our goal.
Dow Theory presents tips for surviving a bear market, some top year-end stock bargains and a simple strategy for monthly income.
It becomes difficult for me to tell you where to run in these markets...
Your tax return is due at midnight on Wednesday, April 18th now thanks to an IRS tech glitch. So either prep it or extend -- but pay your bill. Watch now!
Sears was once remembered for its catalog and the place America shopped. Boy, have times changed. Watch the once famed retailer's chronological fall from grace.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
It's hard to understand the magnitude of the change.
Entering GE too early has its costs, but there are ways to mitigate them.
Charts don't look good and there are signs of aggressive selling.
Speaking of the business media, there was no discussion of disappointing earnings results/guidance at Discover Financial Services and Capital One Financial reported after the close. And here is my Tweet of the Day (net chargeoffs at COF): @MarkYu...
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
In 1886, Richard Sears started selling watches. This was the start of a retail empire that would span more than 100 years.
You must be willing to look for winners in inefficient markets.
Consumer lenders like American Express and Discover could benefit under looser financial regulations under the Trump administration, says S&P Capital IQ.
Banks and insurers have surged on hopes of rate rises. What now?
It looks strong enough to push up into the mid-$60s in the weeks ahead.
The Republican Party and Hillary Clinton have divergent plans on this.
Strong capital ratios, solid loan portfolios and attractive valuations argue for higher prices for financials.
Capital One and Discover remain relatively unfazed by expectations of higher loan losses.
U.S. stocks ended around session highs on Wednesday as crude oil roared to its highest settlement of 2016.
Qualcomm and American Express have served as the poster children for bearish earnings reactions.
The company has never failed to beat earnings expectations, and this Friday shoul be no exception.